Congressman Randy Hultgren visited Fermilab on Wednesday, Feb. 23, to meet with Director Pier Oddone and senior staff members of the staff. Pictured left to right: Congressman Randy Hultgren, Oddone, DOE Deputy Fermi Site Manager Mark Bollinger and Chief of Staff for Congressman Hultgren Jerry Clarke. Photo: Reidar Hahn.
Bill Bardeen Photo: Reidar Hahn From quantum chromodynamics to family genealogy, Bill Bardeen loves to solve puzzles. As a theoretical physicist, his approach to solving physics problems about the fundamental nature of matter made him a world-leading expert on quantum field theory. In his spare time, as a genealogist, the same persistence resulted in tracing the Bardeen family line back to Massachusetts in 1717. In December, after 35 years of tackling theoretical physics problems at Fermilab, Bardeen retired. There is…
These individuals received degrees through Fermilab’s Tuition Assistance Program. Pictured, front row from left: Andrea Varry (WD), MS Library and Information Science; Rebecca Johnson (AD), BA Business Administration; Shannon Fugman (AD), BS Accounting. Back row from left: Timothy Zingelman (AD), MS Network Communications Management; Nick Gurley (AD), AA Electronics Engineering Technology; Michael Geelhoed (AD), AA Web Graphic Design; and Jason Ormes (CD), MS Telecommunications and Information Systems. Other degree recipients not pictured include: Scott Crowell (AD), MBA; Quinton Healy (CD), MS Engineering Management; Brian Schupbach (AD), MS Electrical Engineer/Applied Electromagnetics; and Bradly Verdant (AD), BS Mechanical Engineering. Photo: Cindy Arnold, CCD
Helen Edwards, whose work in the early days of the Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory is a foundation of past, present and future scientific achievements, and whose current work is helping shape the next generation of particle accelerators, has been awarded the 2003 Robert R. Wilson Prize by the American Physical Society.
Robert R. Wilson, physicist, sculptor, environmentalist and pioneering particle accelerator builder, came home today to the laboratory he created on the Illinois prairie over 30 years ago.